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Dinner 2016 (Part 11)

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Thai coconut cream based curry with sweet potato, soft silken tofu, chili peppers, chickpeas.

 

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The picture I took was really out of focus, so this is a pic of the exact same dish from a while ago (looks pretty much the same, only that this time I chopped the cilantro).

I did got the picture of the curry paste ingredients right.

 

 

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Silverbeet, potato and cheese pasties, with a salad. Followed by cherry and almond clafoutis.

 

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A no fuss Friday night quick dinner.

My Spanish Omelette.

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I want to call these char grilled oysters, but more accurately, they are NOLA char grilled style, broiled oysters, with hot bread for dippage and a little tortellini salad.

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20 minutes ago, HungryChris said:

I want to call these char grilled oysters, but more accurately, they are NOLA char grilled style, broiled oysters, with hot bread for dippage and a little tortellini salad.

HC

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You're killing me.  

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Son posted a picture and recipe on face book called Slow Cooker Creamy Tortellini Soup. It has Italian sausage and spinach in it too. It sounded good to me so that was our dinner tonight.

 

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Tonight was a burger and salad.  Made a quick pickle for the burger with part of a Persian cucumber. It really elevated the burger which didn't really need much 

 

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more clean out the freezer Sunday free for all...entree was roasted cod fillet with hoisin glaze. Sides included twice baked potato (Thanksgiving), spaghetti squash (pre-Thanksgiving) freshened up with some sauteed onion/garlic, stuffed red bell peppers (stuffing was rice/veg base and leftover from Jan.).

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SV'd  lamb chops, roasted potatoes, broccoli and carrots.  

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2 hours ago, Shelby said:

You're killing me.  

Not my intent, I assure you. I have been buying zucchini for months now, and you have been killing me with your endless harvest. Let's just call it even.

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27 minutes ago, HungryChris said:

Not my intent, I assure you. I have been buying zucchini for months now, and you have been killing me with your endless harvest. Let's just call it even.

HC

Killing me, too. I will happily deliver zucchini to you in exchange for oysters.

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8 minutes ago, kayb said:

Killing me, too. I will happily deliver zucchini to you in exchange for oysters.

 

2 hours ago, Shelby said:

You're killing me.  

Boy, couldn't we all have one of the best pot luck weekends of all times! 

HC

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Tonight's dinner.
Everything was cooked on the grill.

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A small rib eye roast just big enough for two thick slices
and all the sides - red and yellow peppers, green beans, potatoes and mushrooms.

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Threw a 2-rib prime roast in a slow oven while we went for cake and ice-cream at our granddaughter's 2nd birthday. Yup...dessert first:)
Also did up a foil pack of baby taters, carrots and celery ( I REALLY like roasted celery!) Made gravy with frozen green peppercorns and drippings.

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Comfort food. It is still very warm here, but I know winter is coming, so I got in a bit of practice.

 

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Shepherd's pie. Lamb, carrot, celery and potatoes. A chili pepper, Worcester sauce, S+P.

Happy mouth.

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Not much can beat a good sheperd's pie in my books.  Did I spot some ground lamb in my freezer the other day? Hmmmm

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Salt and pepper squid with chilli sauce, flat chips and salad.

 

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Flat chips?  Only in Australia you say? xDxD

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I've never heard them called "Flat Chips" before.  I like that. 

My mom only cut homemade fries round. 

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When I was a kid, my mother called those "dollar fries" because they supposedly resembled silver dollars. That was in the days before the loonie, y'understand. 

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Can't bring myself to post a photo but it tasted so much better than it looked. Leftover lamb chop and two purees -- broccoli and carrot. I have probably puréed vegetables (not counting mashed potatoes) fewer times than I have fingers on one hand.  I was inspired by @liuzhou's broccoli puree posted recently.  I must say it's a technique I will be using more often.   Now if only I could make it photogenic. 

 


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Salmon cooked SV and finished in a hot skillet with butter and olive oil was dinner tonight.  The asparagus was leftovers from the other night.

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